Medusa Lampshade

$12,495.00 CAD
Color: Natural
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This waterfall lampshade, made using recycled nylon thread, is pure, layered elegance.


Our incredible Mexican textile artist, Mariella, creates impressive large-scale wall art and draped thread lampshades that hang in high-end hotels and restaurants from Cancun to Cabo. She uses dyes from plants and her magic fabric threads are made from recycled nylon fibre.

She studied fashion and textile design at the European Institute for Design in Barcelona, Spain, where her formal training gave her the confidence and authority to create her magnificent art.

Her pieces are custom made-to-order, please enquire for availability and production time. 

  • MEASUREMENTS: 130 W x 130 Diameter x 90 cm H / 51 x 51 x 35.5"
  • MATERIALS:100% nylon and steel.
  • COLOUR: Natural/Colours
  • ORIGIN: Mexico
  • Please note that this product does not come with any electrical components.
Product Information

This piece is made to hang as a light fixture. 

Treat with care—the textiles on this piece are non-washable.

Brush with a standard comb to maintain shape.

Shipping + Returns

This art piece is fully customizable and Made-to-Order. The production time needed prior to shipping is generally 9-11 weeks but may vary. This item does not qualify for free shipping or local pick up.

A flat rate standard shipping fee will be applied to your order during checkout*  Shipments may be organized directly from the artisan when the custom work is completed. Please contact us for further inquiries.

All Made-to-Order pieces are final sale

*Shipping outside North America will be quoted on a case by case basis. 

Meet the Artisan


Mariella Motilla

Born into an artistic family in Guanajuato, Mexico – Mariella has always been fascinated by textile work and the seemingly unlimited possibilities. Her large-scale wall hangings, depicting mountains and fields, are extraordinary in their vast, expansive views. And her textile thread chandeliers are art in motion – functional art in motion. 

Mariella studied fashion and textile design at the European Institute for Design in Barcelona, Spain, and completed her degree in Mexico City. Her training informed and inspired her work, and she learned a variety of techniques, but more importantly, learned how to be open to new techniques. Said Mariella: "Every time I learn a new technique I am able to make richer pieces."